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Felids vs canids bone density?

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Felids are far stronger than canids on p4p and far more muscular.

But what about bone density?

For me, felids have also denser bones and skull. Because of felids are most of lone animals and hunts very large preys. Not pack animals like canids.

For this reason, except muscle, also needed very dense bones.
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(02-10-2019, 06:12 AM)Uncia Wrote: Felids are far stronger than canids on p4p and far more muscular.

But what about bone density?

For me, felids have also denser bones and skull. Because of felids are most of lone animals and hunts very large preys. Not pack animals like canids.

For this reason, except muscle, also needed very dense bones.

You tell your opinions, but do you have some facts too? These pound to pound threads are so boring, when there is no comparative research. Or maybe I have forgotten something and you could share here one, which confirms what you say? Feel free to do it :)
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(02-10-2019, 08:15 AM)Shadow Wrote:
(02-10-2019, 06:12 AM)Uncia Wrote: Felids are far stronger than canids on p4p and far more muscular.

But what about bone density?

For me, felids have also denser bones and skull. Because of felids are most of lone animals and hunts very large preys. Not pack animals like canids.

For this reason, except muscle, also needed very dense bones.

You tell your opinions, but do you have some facts too? These pound to pound threads are so boring, when there is no comparative research. Or maybe I have forgotten something and you could share here one, which confirms what you say? Feel free to do it :)

In general, people says cats on p4p to be stronger.

But I'm wondering, this power comes from the muscles. But is bone density an effective element? I wonder about that.
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